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- On Becoming a Rose Exhibitionist…
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- Seed-A-Palooza 2013
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It’s seed thyme! I love getting seed catalogs and I love it when the garden centers have seeds! Yesterday we were at Lowes and yes the seeds were out! I found a few Burpee gems that I am very excited … Continue reading
Today we start 9 weeks of drought… as you know my garden is very large and I have had to limit watering to my roses and tomatoes and alternating trees and shrubs that are closest to our living area. As … Continue reading
This is a week of record high temps (99 – 103), so I find myself extremely grateful for the plants that are “beating the heat.” Just when I was about to panic about the lack of water and intense heat, … Continue reading